Friday, April 21, 2017

What Would Does it Take To Believe in Change?

Tracie Peterson is one of my favorite authors. The Alaskan Quest is series is an older series of hers. The first book in the series is Summer of the Midnight Sun. It is the sequel to the Yukon Quest series which is an absolute must read! Jacob and Leah are the characters that carry over from that series. Karen and Adrik’s story also takes place there. Are you ready for a thrill ride?

Synopsis:

Leah has had one desire for ten years which is to marry, but can she forgive the one man who broke her heart? Jayce Kincaid thinking Leah a child at that time rejected her. Now Leah is seeking new purpose especially after ten years of waiting for someone else to come along. Jayce comes back into her life and offers her brother Jacob an opportunity of a life time. A quest to the north pole. As Jacob starts preparing and helping Jayce an accident occurs and Leah is called to help him. 

Meanwhile on the other side of the country in Washington D.C.; Stanley a Pinkerton agent gives instructions to his sister Helaina about capturing the criminal Jayce Kincaid.  As she prepares to join this quest; will she find her man? Will Leah be able to Forgive Jayce and move on?

My Thoughts:

I loved this book! It is an easy read! The characters are compelling and interesting. The author does a great job of creating complex characters that grow over the arc of the novel. This story is set against the back drop of primitive Alaska. I thought that the dialogue was wonderful too! Jacob is a very direct character and one of my favorites. He will tell it like it is. He had a conversation with Jayce about Leah and her feelings. These characters are also used to communicate a faith track throughout the book. Tracie Peterson is a master!

TraciePeterson continues to create awesome characters and great stories please check out her Beloved Hope a Heart’s of the Frontier Novel. 

Rating: 5/5


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